Judith D. Schwartz, a longtime freelance writer whose work has appeared in a wide array of publications from Glamour and Redbook to the Christian Science Monitor and New York Times, lives with her family in Southern Vermont. The author of several books, including Tell Me No Lies: How to Face the Truth and Build a Loving Marriage (co-authored) and The Therapist’s New Clothes, Schwartz has an MA in Counseling Psychology and an MS from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Her newest title, Cows Save the Planet and Other Improbable Ways of Restoring Soil to Heal the Earth, a groundbreaking book on the pivotal role soil plays in our ecology and economy, a call to action, and an antidote to the despair that environmental news so often leaves us with (Chelsea Green, 2013), was named one of 2013’s top ten books on sustainability by Booklist. Her next book, Water in Plain Sight: Hope for a Thirsty World, was published by St. Martin’s Press in 2016.
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